In 2009, Blackpool Tramway sold off a number of its old trams. Most went to museums. These two are amongst them. 623 is a 1937 single deck car built by Brush and 702 is a Double Deck "Balloon" car... (more)
English Electric 'Balloon' car No.724 of 1930s vintage, later converted to a Millennium car in more recent years, passes close to Blackpool Tower.
East Lancashire Coachbuilders 'Centenary' Tram No.622 appraoches Blackpool Pleasure Beach on the last day of full heritage tram operation before closure for conversion into a modern light rail sch... (more)
East Lancashire Coachbuilders 'Centenary' Tram No.645 appraoches Blackpool Pleasure Beach on the last day of full heritage tram operation before closure for conversion into a modern light rail sch... (more)
Blackpool Corporation Transport Department 'Standard' Tram No.147 heads for Blackpool Pleasure Beach, seen here near Blackpool Tower. This tram returned to the UK in 2000 in a swap with the Trolle... (more)
The tram restoration workshop at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire. On the right can be seen Blackpool No 167. This was built in 1928 by English Electric in Preston at a cost cost... (more)
The driver of Blackpool Tramways "Balloon" appears momentarily distracted by the two young ladies waiting at the Rossal stop. This 1934 tram along with its cousins from the same era are in common ... (more)
1940's liveried 'Balloon' tramcar number 700 passes through Fleetwood with a Fleetwood Ferry to Starr Gate service.
A Coronation tram making a fairly rare outing, working on the promenade at Blackpool.
Heavily modified 'Fisherman Friend' Trawler, now mothballed unfortunately
Summer sees the 'Coral Island' liveried Brush on the turning circle at South Pier, almost surreal lighting, but as it was.
Blackpool 'Twin Car' in Metro Line Colour.
It's a lovely sunny day, but the rules dictate that as there is only one conductor on board, this open top tram must run with its top deck closed to passengers.